Politico recently published an article by Michael Shermer titled, Why Politicians Need Science, and sadly, I think it is one of the worst articles I have seen on their site in a long time (besides obvious things such as Ted Cruz’s opinion piece, but for different reasons). 659 more words
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I guess I shouldn’t be surprised about this since I have written about it in the past, but it never ceases to amaze me that given our modern mores of reproductive autonomy and agency, reports continue to emerge where women are coerced into sterilization for the “good of society.” The latest instance is in Nashville, Tennessee, where… 339 more words
By Hannah K. Moore
The complexity of violations against the sexual and reproductive rights of black women is even more complex in the context of prison. 1,333 more words
“How clean is clean enough?” has resurfaced as a pressing question in medical device reprocessing because of national media coverage of superbug outbreaks involving contaminated duodenoscopes. 1,010 more words
UNITED NATIONS – China’s war on women features forced abortions, the murder of female infants and now a new outrage: radioactive sanitary napkins.
A shipment of more than half a ton of radioactive sanitary napkins made in China was seized at the Beirut airport Friday, the Daily Star reports. 803 more words